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Manual Reference Pages  -  PDF::API3::COMPAT::API2 (3)

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NAME

PDF::API3::Compat::API2 - A Perl Module Chain to faciliate the Creation and Modification of High-Quality "Portable Document Format (aka. PDF)" Files.

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



    use PDF::API3::Compat::API2;
    #
    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new;
    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->open(some.pdf);
    $page = $pdf->page;
    $page = $pdf->openpage($pagenum);
    $img = $pdf->image(some.jpg);
    $font = $pdf->corefont(Times-Roman);
    $font = $pdf->ttfont(TimesNewRoman.ttf);



GENERIC METHODS

$pdf = PDF::API->new %opts Creates a new pdf-file object. If you know beforehand to save the pdf to file you can give the ’-file’ option, to minimize possible memory requirements later-on.

<B>Example:B>



    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new();
    ...
    print $pdf->stringify;

    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new();
    ...
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");

    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new(-file => our/new.pdf);
    ...
    $pdf->save;



$pdf = PDF::API->open $pdffile Opens an existing PDF for modification.

<B>Example:B>



    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->open(my/old.pdf);
    ...
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");

    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->open(our/to/be/updated.pdf);
    ...
    $pdf->update;



$pdf = PDF::API->openScalar $pdfstream Opens an existing PDF-stream for modification.

<B>Example:B>



    open($fh,our/stream.pdf) or die "$@";
    @pdf = <$fh>;
    $pdf = PDF::API->openScalar(join(,@pdf));
    ...
    $pdf->saveas(our/new.pdf);



$pdf->preferences %opts Controls viewing-preferences for the pdf.

<B>Page Mode Options:B>

-fullscreen ... Full-screen mode, with no menu bar, window controls, or any other window visible.

-thumbs ... Thumbnail images visible.

-outlines ... Document outline visible.

<B>Page Layout Options:B>

-singlepage ... Display one page at a time.

-onecolumn ... Display the pages in one column.

-twocolumnleft ... Display the pages in two columns, with oddnumbered pages on the left.

-twocolumnright ... Display the pages in two columns, with oddnumbered pages on the right.

<B>Viewer Options:B>

-hidetoolbar
... Specifying whether to hide tool bars.

-hidemenubar
... Specifying whether to hide menu bars.

-hidewindowui
... Specifying whether to hide user interface elements.

-fitwindow
... Specifying whether to resize the documentXs window to the size of the displayed page.

-centerwindow
... Specifying whether to position the documentXs window in the center of the screen.

-displaytitle
... Specifying whether the windowXs title bar should display the document title
taken from the Title entry of the document information dictionary.

-afterfullscreenthumbs
... Thumbnail images visible after Full-screen mode.

-afterfullscreenoutlines
... Document outline visible after Full-screen mode.

-printscalingnone
                ... Set the default print setting for page scaling to none.

<B>Initial Page Option:B>

-firstpage => [ $pageobj, %opts]
... Specifying the page to be displayed, plus one of the following options:

<B>Initial Page Options:B>

-fit => 1
... Display the page designated by page, with its contents magnified just enough to
fit the entire page within the window both horizontally and vertically. If the
required horizontal and vertical magnification factors are different, use the
smaller of the two, centering the page within the window in the other dimension.

-fith => $top
... Display the page designated by page, with the vertical coordinate top positioned
at the top edge of the window and the contents of the page magnified just enough
to fit the entire width of the page within the window.

-fitv => $left
... Display the page designated by page, with the horizontal coordinate left positioned
at the left edge of the window and the contents of the page magnified just enough
to fit the entire height of the page within the window.

-fitr => [ $left, $bottom, $right, $top ]
... Display the page designated by page, with its contents magnified just enough to
fit the rectangle specified by the coordinates left, bottom, right, and top
entirely within the window both horizontally and vertically. If the required
horizontal and vertical magnification factors are different, use the smaller of
the two, centering the rectangle within the window in the other dimension.

-fitb => 1
... Display the page designated by page, with its contents magnified just enough
to fit its bounding box entirely within the window both horizontally and
vertically. If the required horizontal and vertical magnification factors are
different, use the smaller of the two, centering the bounding box within the
window in the other dimension.

-fitbh => $top
... Display the page designated by page, with the vertical coordinate top
positioned at the top edge of the window and the contents of the page
magnified just enough to fit the entire width of its bounding box
within the window.

-fitbv => $left
... Display the page designated by page, with the horizontal coordinate
left positioned at the left edge of the window and the contents of the page
magnified just enough to fit the entire height of its bounding box within the
window.

-xyz => [ $left, $top, $zoom ]
... Display the page designated by page, with the coordinates (left, top) positioned
at the top-left corner of the window and the contents of the page magnified by
the factor zoom. A zero (0) value for any of the parameters left, top, or zoom
specifies that the current value of that parameter is to be retained unchanged.

<B>Example:B>



    $pdf->preferences(
        -fullscreen => 1,
        -onecolumn => 1,
        -afterfullscreenoutlines => 1,
        -firstpage => [ $pageobj , -fit => 1],
    );



$val = $pdf->default $parameter
$pdf->default $parameter, $val Gets/Sets default values for the behaviour of ::API2.

<B>Supported Parameters:B>

nounrotate ... prohibits API2 from rotating imported/opened page to re-create a default pdf-context.

pageencaps ... enables than API2 will add save/restore commands upon imported/opened pages to preserve graphics-state for modification.

copyannots ... enables importing of annotations (<B>*EXPERIMENTAL*B>).

$bool = $pdf->isEncrypted Checks if the previously opened pdf is encrypted.
%infohash = $pdf->info %infohash Sets/Gets the info structure of the document.

<B>Example:B>



    %h = $pdf->info(
        Author       => " Alfred Reibenschuh ",
        CreationDate => "D:20020911000000+0100",
        ModDate      => "D:YYYYMMDDhhmmssOHHmm",
        Creator      => "fredos-script.pl",
        Producer     => "PDF::API3::Compat::API2",
        Title        => "some Publication",
        Subject      => "perl ?",
        Keywords     => "all good things are pdf"
    );
    print "Author: $h{Author}\n";



@meta_data_attribs = $pdf->infoMetaAttributes @meta_data_attribs Sets/Gets the supported info-structure tags.

<B>Example:B>



    @attrs = $pdf->infoMetaAttributes;
    print "Supported Attributes: @attr\n";
    @attrs = $pdf->infoMetaAttributes(CustomField1);
    print "Supported Attributes: @attr\n";



$xml = $pdf->xmpMetadata $xml Sets/Gets the XMP XML data-stream.

<B>Example:B>



    $xml = $pdf->xmpMetadata;
    print "PDFs Metadata reads: $xml\n";
    $xml=<<EOT;
    <?xpacket begin=ieXX id=W5M0MpCehiHzreSzNTczkc9d?>
    <?adobe-xap-filters esc="CRLF"?>
    <x:xmpmeta xmlns:x=adobe:ns:meta/ x:xmptk=XMP toolkit 2.9.1-14, framework 1.6>
    <rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf=http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns# xmlns:iX=http://ns.adobe.com/iX/1.0/>
    <rdf:Description rdf:about=uuid:b8659d3a-369e-11d9-b951-000393c97fd8 xmlns:pdf=http://ns.adobe.com/pdf/1.3/ pdf:Producer=Acrobat Distiller 6.0.1 for Macintosh></rdf:Description>
    <rdf:Description rdf:about=uuid:b8659d3a-369e-11d9-b951-000393c97fd8 xmlns:xap=http://ns.adobe.com/xap/1.0/ xap:CreateDate=2004-11-14T08:41:16Z xap:ModifyDate=2004-11-14T16:38:50-08:00 xap:CreatorTool=FrameMaker 7.0 xap:MetadataDate=2004-11-14T16:38:50-08:00></rdf:Description>
    <rdf:Description rdf:about=uuid:b8659d3a-369e-11d9-b951-000393c97fd8 xmlns:xapMM=http://ns.adobe.com/xap/1.0/mm/ xapMM:DocumentID=uuid:919b9378-369c-11d9-a2b5-000393c97fd8/>
    <rdf:Description rdf:about=uuid:b8659d3a-369e-11d9-b951-000393c97fd8 xmlns:dc=http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/ dc:format=application/pdf><dc:description><rdf:Alt><rdf:li xml:lang=x-default>Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF)</rdf:li></rdf:Alt></dc:description><dc:creator><rdf:Seq><rdf:li>Adobe Systems Incorporated</rdf:li></rdf:Seq></dc:creator><dc:title><rdf:Alt><rdf:li xml:lang=x-default>PDF Reference, version 1.6</rdf:li></rdf:Alt></dc:title></rdf:Description>
    </rdf:RDF>
    </x:xmpmeta>
    <?xpacket end=w?>
    EOT
    $xml = $pdf->xmpMetadata($xml);
    print "PDFs Metadata now reads: $xml\n";



$pdf->pageLabel $index $options Sets PageLabel options.

<B>Supported Options:B>

-style ... ’Roman’, ’roman’, ’decimal’, ’Alpha’ or ’alpha’.

-start ... restart numbering at given number.

-prefix ... text prefix for numbering.

<B>Example:B>



        $pdf->pageLabel( 0, {
                -style => roman,
        } ); # start with roman numbering

        $pdf->pageLabel( 4, {
                -style => decimal,
        } ); # switch to arabic

        $pdf->pageLabel( 32, {
                -start => 1,
                -prefix => A-
        } ); # numbering for appendix A
   
        $pdf->pageLabel( 36, {
                -start => 1,
                -prefix => B-
        } ); # numbering for appendix B
   
        $pdf->pageLabel( 40, {
                -style => Roman
                -start => 1,
                -prefix => Index 
        } ); # numbering for index



$pdf->finishobjects @objects Force objects to be written to file if available.

<B>Example:B>



    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new(-file => our/new.pdf);
    ...
    $pdf->finishobjects($page, $gfx, $txt);
    ...
    $pdf->save;



$pdf->update Updates a previously opened document after all changes have been applied.

<B>Example:B>



    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->open(our/to/be/updated.pdf);
    ...
    $pdf->update;



$pdf->saveas $file Saves the document to file.

<B>Example:B>



    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new();
    ...
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");



$string = $pdf->stringify Returns the document in a string.

<B>Example:B>



    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new();
    ...
    print $pdf->stringify;



$pdf->end Destroys the document.

PAGE METHODS

$page = $pdf->page
$page = $pdf->page $index Returns a new page object or inserts-and-returns a new page at $index.

<B>Note:B> on $index



    -1 ... is inserted before the last page
    1 ... is inserted before page number 1 (the first page)
    0 ... is simply appended



$pageobj = $pdf->openpage $index Returns the pageobject of page $index.

<B>Note:B> on $index



    -1,0 ... returns the last page
    1 ... returns page number 1



<B>Example:B> (A Document with 99 Pages)



    $page = $pdf->openpage(1);   # returns the first page
    $page = $pdf->openpage(99);  # returns the last page
    $page = $pdf->openpage(-1);  # returns the last page
    $page = $pdf->openpage(999); # returns undef



$xoform = $pdf->importPageIntoForm $sourcepdf, $sourceindex Returns a form-xobject created from $sourcepdf,$sourceindex. This is useful if you want to transpose the imported page-description somewhat differently onto a page (ie. two-up, four-up, duplex, etc.).

<B>Note:B> on $index



    -1,0 ... returns the last page
    1 ... returns page number 1



<B>Example:B>



    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new;
    $old = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->open(my/old.pdf);
    $xo = $pdf->importPageIntoForm($old,2); # get page 2
    $page = $pdf->page;
    $gfx = $page->gfx;
    $gfx->formimage($xo,0,0,1); # put it on page 1 with scale x1
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");



<B>Note:B> you can only import a page from an existing pdf-file!

$pageobj = $pdf->importpage $sourcepdf, $sourceindex, $targetindex Returns the pageobject of page $targetindex, imported from $sourcepdf,$sourceindex.

<B>Note:B> on $index



    -1,0 ... returns the last page
    1 ... returns page number 1



<B>Note:B> you can specify a page object instead as $targetindex so that the contents of the sourcepage will be ’merged into’.

<B>Example:B>



    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new;
    $old = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->open(my/old.pdf);
    $page = $pdf->importpage($old,2); # get page 2 into page 1
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");



<B>Note:B> you can only import a page from an existing pdf-file!

$pagenumber = $pdf->pages Returns the number of pages in the document.
$pdf->mediabox $name
$pdf->mediabox $w, $h
$pdf->mediabox $llx, $lly, $urx, $ury Sets the global mediabox. Other methods: cropbox, bleedbox, trimbox and artbox.

<B>Example:B>



    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new;
    $pdf->mediabox(A4);
    ...
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");

    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new;
    $pdf->mediabox(595,842);
    ...
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");

    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new;
    $pdf->mediabox(0,0,595,842);
    ...
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");



$pdf->cropbox $name
$pdf->cropbox $w, $h
$pdf->cropbox $llx, $lly, $urx, $ury Sets the global cropbox.

<B>Example:B>



    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new;
    $pdf->cropbox(A4);
    ...
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");

    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new;
    $pdf->cropbox(595,842);
    ...
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");

    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new;
    $pdf->cropbox(0,0,595,842);
    ...
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");



$pdf->bleedbox $name
$pdf->bleedbox $w, $h
$pdf->bleedbox $llx, $lly, $urx, $ury Sets the global bleedbox.

<B>Example:B>



    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new;
    $pdf->bleedbox(A4);
    ...
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");

    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new;
    $pdf->bleedbox(595,842);
    ...
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");

    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new;
    $pdf->bleedbox(0,0,595,842);
    ...
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");



$pdf->trimbox $name
$pdf->trimbox $w, $h
$pdf->trimbox $llx, $lly, $urx, $ury Sets the global trimbox.

<B>Example:B>



    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new;
    $pdf->trimbox(A4);
    ...
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");

    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new;
    $pdf->trimbox(595,842);
    ...
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");

    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new;
    $pdf->trimbox(0,0,595,842);
    ...
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");



$pdf->artbox $name
$pdf->artbox $w, $h
$pdf->artbox $llx, $lly, $urx, $ury Sets the global artbox.

<B>Example:B>



    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new;
    $pdf->artbox(A4);
    ...
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");

    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new;
    $pdf->artbox(595,842);
    ...
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");

    $pdf = PDF::API3::Compat::API2->new;
    $pdf->artbox(0,0,595,842);
    ...
    $pdf->saveas("our/new.pdf");



FONT METHODS

@allFontDirs = PDF::API3::Compat::API2::addFontDirs $dir1, ..., $dirN Adds one or more directories to the search-path for finding font files. Returns the list of searched directories.
$font = $pdf->corefont $fontname [, %options] Returns a new adobe core font object.

See PDF::API3::Compat::API2::Resource::Font::CoreFont for an explanation.

<B>Examples:B>



    $font = $pdf->corefont(Times-Roman);
    $font = $pdf->corefont(Times-Bold);
    $font = $pdf->corefont(Helvetica);
    $font = $pdf->corefont(ZapfDingbats);



Valid %options are:



  -encode ... changes the encoding of the font from its default.

  -dokern ... enables kerning if data is available.



$font = $pdf->psfont $psfile [, %options] Returns a new adobe type1 font object.

See PDF::API3::Compat::API2::Resource::Font::Postscript for an explanation.

<B>Examples:B>



    $font = $pdf->psfont( Times-Book.pfa, -afmfile => Times-Book.afm );
    $font = $pdf->psfont( /fonts/Synest-FB.pfb, -pfmfile => /fonts/Synest-FB.pfm );



Valid %options are:



  -encode ... changes the encoding of the font from its default.

  -afmfile ... specifies that font metrics to be read from the
                adobe font metrics file (AFM).

  -pfmfile ... specifies that font metrics to be read from the
                windows printer font metrics file (PFM).
                (this option overrides the -encode option)

  -dokern ... enables kerning if data is available.



$font = $pdf->ttfont $ttfile [, %options] Returns a new truetype or opentype font object.

See PDF::API3::Compat::API2::Resource::CIDFont::TrueType for an explanation.

<B>Examples:B>



    $font = $pdf->ttfont(Times.ttf);
    $font = $pdf->ttfont(Georgia.otf);



Valid %options are:



  -encode ... changes the encoding of the font from its default.

  -isocmap ... per default the MS Unicode Map is used, if this
                 option is given the ISO Unicode Map will be used.

  -dokern ... enables kerning if data is available.

  -noembed ... disables embedding the fontfile.



$font = $pdf->cjkfont $cjkname [, %options] Returns a new cjk font object.

See PDF::API3::Compat::API2::Resource::CIDFont::CJKFont for an explanation.

<B>Examples:B>



    $font = $pdf->cjkfont(korean);
    $font = $pdf->cjkfont(traditional);



Valid %options are:



  -encode ... changes the encoding of the font from its default.



$font = $pdf->synfont $basefont [, %options] Returns a new synthetic font object.

See PDF::API3::Compat::API2::Resource::Font::SynFont for an explanation.

<B>Examples:B>



    $cf = $pdf->corefont(Times-Roman,-encode=>latin1);
    $sf = $pdf->synfont($cf,-slant=>0.85);  # compressed 85%
    $sfb= $pdf->synfont($cf,-bold=>1);      # embolden by 10em
    $sfi= $pdf->synfont($cf,-oblique=>-12); # italic at -12 degrees



Valid %options are:

-slant ... slant/expansion factor (0.1-0.9 = slant, 1.1+ = expansion).

-oblique ... italic angle (+/-)

-bold ... embolding factor (0.1+, bold=1, heavy=2, ...)

-space ... additional charspacing in em (0-1000)

$font = $pdf->bdfont $bdffile Returns a new BDF font object, based on the specified adobe-bdf file.

See PDF::API3::Compat::API2::Resource::Font::BdFont for an explanation.

$font = $pdf->unifont @fontspecs, %options Returns a new uni-font object, based on the specified fonts and options.

<B>BEWARE:B> This is not a true pdf-object, but a virtual/abstract font-definition !

See PDF::API3::Compat::API2::Resource::UniFont for an explanation.

Valid %options are:



  -encode ... changes the encoding of the font from its default.



IMAGE METHODS

$jpeg = $pdf->image_jpeg $file Returns a new jpeg image object.
$tiff = $pdf->image_tiff $file Returns a new tiff image object.
$pnm = $pdf->image_pnm $file Returns a new pnm image object.
$png = $pdf->image_png $file Returns a new png image object.
$gif = $pdf->image_gif $file Returns a new gif image object.
$gdf = $pdf->image_gd $gdobj, %options Returns a new image object from GD::Image.

<B>Options:B> The only option currently supported is -lossless => 1.

<B>Examples:B>



    $jpeg = $pdf->image_jpeg(../some/nice/picture.jpeg);
    $tiff = $pdf->image_tiff(../some/nice/picture.tiff);
    $pnm = $pdf->image_pnm(../some/nice/picture.pnm);
    $png = $pdf->image_png(../some/nice/picture.png);
    $gif = $pdf->image_gif(../some/nice/picture.gif);
    $gdf = $pdf->image_gd($gdobj);



COLORSPACE METHODS

$cs = $pdf->colorspace_act $file Returns a new colorspace-object based on a adobe-color-table file.

See PDF::API3::Compat::API2::Resource::ColorSpace::Indexed::ACTFile for an explanation of the file format.

$cs = $pdf->colorspace_web Returns a new colorspace-object based on the web color palette.

See PDF::API3::Compat::API2::Resource::ColorSpace::Indexed::WebColor for an explanation.

$cs = $pdf->colorspace_hue Returns a new colorspace-object based on the hue color palette.

See PDF::API3::Compat::API2::Resource::ColorSpace::Indexed::Hue for an explanation.

$cs = $pdf->colorspace_separation $tint, $color Returns a new separation colorspace-object based on the parameters.

$tint can be any valid ink-identifier, including but not limited to: ’Cyan’, ’Magenta’, ’Yellow’, ’Black’, ’Red’, ’Green’, ’Blue’ or ’Orange’.

$color must be a valid color-specification limited to: ’#rrggbb’, ’!hhssvv’, ’%ccmmyykk’ or a named color (rgb).

The colorspace model for will be automatically chosen based on the specified color.

$cs = $pdf->colorspace_devicen \@tintCSx [, $samples] Returns a new DeviceN colorspace-object based on the parameters.

<B>Example:B>



    $cy = $pdf->colorspace_separation(Cyan,    %f000);
    $ma = $pdf->colorspace_separation(Magenta, %0f00);
    $ye = $pdf->colorspace_separation(Yellow,  %00f0);
    $bk = $pdf->colorspace_separation(Black,   %000f);
    $pms023 = $pdf->colorspace_separation(PANTONE 032CV, %0ff0);

    $dncs = $pdf->colorspace_devicen( [ $cy,$ma,$ye,$bk,$pms023 ] );



The colorspace model for will be automatically chosen based on the first colorspace specified.

BARCODE METHODS

$bc = $pdf->xo_codabar %opts
$bc = $pdf->xo_code128 %opts
$bc = $pdf->xo_2of5int %opts
$bc = $pdf->xo_3of9 %opts
$bc = $pdf->xo_ean13 %opts creates the specified barcode object as a form-xo.

OTHER METHODS

$xo = $pdf->xo_form Returns a new form-xobject.

<B>Examples:B>



    $xo = $pdf->xo_form;



$egs = $pdf->egstate Returns a new extended graphics state object.

<B>Examples:B>



    $egs = $pdf->egstate;



$obj = $pdf->pattern Returns a new pattern-object.
$obj = $pdf->shading Returns a new shading-object.
$otls = $pdf->outlines Returns a new or existing outlines object.

RESOURCE METHODS

$pdf->resource $type, $key, $obj, $force Adds a resource to the global pdf tree.

<B>Example:B>



    $pdf->resource(Font,$fontkey,$fontobj);
    $pdf->resource(XObject,$imagekey,$imageobj);
    $pdf->resource(Shading,$shadekey,$shadeobj);
    $pdf->resource(ColorSpace,$spacekey,$speceobj);



<B>Note:B> You only have to add the required resources, if they are NOT handled by the *font*, *image*, *shade* or *space* methods.

BUGS

This module does not work with perl’s -l commandline switch.

AUTHOR

alfred reibenschuh

HISTORY



    $Log: API2.pm,v $
    Revision 2.15  2008/01/18 00:11:38  areibens
    fixed catalog update and infohash utf16 from http://bugs.debian.org/461167

    Revision 2.14  2007/11/16 19:30:31  areibens
    added -noembed option

    Revision 2.13  2007/11/14 23:01:32  areibens
    fixed relative page insert

    Revision 2.12  2007/11/14 22:49:49  areibens
    added non-embedded truetype font (8-bit only) support

    Revision 2.11  2007/09/18 22:29:31  areibens
    added -printscalingnone option

    Revision 2.10  2007/08/01 23:12:08  areibens
    fix BOM in info strings

    Revision 2.9  2007/05/16 21:45:32  areibens
    fixed importpage doku bug http://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=27152

    Revision 2.8  2007/05/10 23:38:38  areibens
    added note on importintoform and importpage for existing pdf-file

    Revision 2.7  2007/05/08 18:32:10  areibens
    renamed compress to compressFlate

    Revision 2.6  2007/05/07 20:33:46  areibens
    fix tounicode option

    Revision 2.5  2007/03/17 20:07:21  areibens
    fixed open to CORE::open

    Revision 2.4  2007/03/16 15:28:30  areibens
    replaced IOString dep. with scalar IO.

    Revision 2.3  2007/03/15 14:15:19  areibens
    added pageLabel method

    Revision 2.2  2007/03/14 19:30:25  areibens
    fixed -twocolumnright option typo

    Revision 2.1  2007/02/22 08:00:37  areibens
    changed import* methods to check its first arg -- thanks alankila2@yahoo.ca

    Revision 2.0  2005/11/16 02:16:00  areibens
    revision workaround for SF cvs import not to screw up CPAN

    Revision 1.2  2005/11/16 01:27:48  areibens
    genesis2

    Revision 1.1  2005/11/16 01:19:24  areibens
    genesis

    Revision 1.86  2005/10/21 19:51:05  fredo
    fixed proc_pages

    Revision 1.85  2005/10/20 21:06:39  fredo
    documented -dokern option for ttfonts

    Revision 1.84  2005/10/19 21:23:26  fredo
    documented -dokern option for core- and psfonts

    Revision 1.83  2005/09/12 16:54:21  fredo
    added -isocmap option

    Revision 1.82  2005/06/17 19:43:45  fredo
    fixed CPAN modulefile versioning (again)

    Revision 1.81  2005/06/17 18:53:04  fredo
    fixed CPAN modulefile versioning (dislikes cvs)

    Revision 1.80  2005/06/10 16:12:49  fredo
    documentation update

    Revision 1.79  2005/03/23 16:42:06  fredo
    fixed typo in infoMetaAttributes

    Revision 1.78  2005/03/21 22:36:36  fredo
    fix for landscape imports

    Revision 1.77  2005/03/15 17:31:06  fredo
    corrected utf8 handling in info tags

    Revision 1.76  2005/03/14 23:53:51  fredo
    added xmpMetadata method to get/set XMP document data

    Revision 1.75  2005/03/14 22:01:05  fredo
    upd 2005

    Revision 1.74  2005/02/25 18:07:48  fredo
    no message

    Revision 1.73  2005/02/17 07:03:14  fredo
    added pageencaps default option to fix unusual styled content streams

    Revision 1.72  2005/02/14 20:09:48  fredo
    fixed an openpage recompression bug / thanks to steve_wu@iinet.net.au

    Revision 1.71  2005/01/03 03:47:52  fredo
    fixed use named destination

    Revision 1.70  2005/01/03 03:46:25  fredo
    added named destination support

    Revision 1.69  2004/12/31 03:12:09  fredo
    no message

    Revision 1.68  2004/12/16 00:30:51  fredo
    added no warn for recursion

    Revision 1.67  2004/11/29 15:19:23  fredo
    added docs for bdfont, synfont and unifont

    Revision 1.66  2004/11/24 20:09:57  fredo
    added unifont

    Revision 1.65  2004/10/17 03:57:21  fredo
    added ToUnicode call for supported fonts

    Revision 1.64  2004/10/01 01:39:24  fredo
    reverted annotations import fix

    Revision 1.63  2004/09/30 23:57:26  fredo
    versioning beautify

    Revision 1.62  2004/09/30 22:40:41  fredo
    fixed pdf-producer to include OS

    Revision 1.61  2004/09/30 21:18:21  fredo
    changed file version back to cvs

    Revision 1.60  2004/09/20 11:22:18  fredo
    added default param to fix import-rotation
    added default param to fix annotation-import

    Revision 1.59  2004/09/03 12:35:09  fredo
    popd to new version

    Revision 1.58  2004/08/25 02:59:25  fredo
    disabled memoize since long-running scripts bug from reused adresses

    Revision 1.57  2004/07/24 23:10:55  fredo
    fixed memoize bug for bdf fonts

    Revision 1.56  2004/07/24 23:09:26  fredo
    added bdf fonts

    Revision 1.55  2004/07/23 13:41:11  fredo
    fixed in decoding info dictionary

    Revision 1.54  2004/07/21 08:07:17  fredo
    added devicen colorspace

    Revision 1.53  2004/07/15 14:28:21  fredo
    added devicen colorspace

    Revision 1.52  2004/06/22 01:33:43  fredo
    corrected spelling

    Revision 1.51  2004/06/21 22:33:10  fredo
    added basic pattern/shading handling

    Revision 1.50  2004/06/15 09:06:26  fredo
    forced version to 1.50 for beta state

    Revision 1.30  2004/06/15 08:09:07  fredo
    fixed memoized bug

    Revision 1.29  2004/06/01 00:09:57  fredo
    memoized *font methods for braindead invokers

    Revision 1.28  2004/05/28 11:29:01  fredo
    added -lossless param to gd images

    Revision 1.27  2004/05/21 10:12:29  fredo
    fixed slight importpage quirk

    Revision 1.26  2004/04/18 18:07:19  fredo
    fixed _findFont method

    Revision 1.25  2004/04/07 17:38:00  fredo
    added infoMetaAttributes and support code

    Revision 1.24  2004/04/07 10:48:53  fredo
    fixed handling of ColorSpace/Separation

    Revision 1.23  2004/04/06 21:00:52  fredo
    separation colorspace now a full resource

    Revision 1.22  2004/04/04 23:42:10  fredo
    fixed 270 degree rotation in openpage

    Revision 1.21  2004/04/04 23:36:33  fredo
    added simple separation colorspace

    Revision 1.20  2004/03/20 09:11:45  fredo
    modified font search path methodname

    Revision 1.19  2004/03/20 08:38:38  fredo
    added isEncrypted determinator

    Revision 1.18  2004/03/18 09:43:32  fredo
    added font search path handling

    Revision 1.17  2004/02/12 14:38:33  fredo
    added openScalar method

    Revision 1.16  2004/02/05 13:18:39  fredo
    corrected info hash utf8 usage

    Revision 1.15  2004/02/04 23:43:53  fredo
    pdf info method now properly recognized utf8 parameters

    Revision 1.14  2004/01/21 12:29:06  fredo
    moved release versioning to PDF::API3::Compat::API2::Version

    Revision 1.13  2004/01/19 14:16:32  fredo
    update for 0.40_16

    Revision 1.12  2004/01/15 21:26:04  fredo
    docbug: fixed inconsistent links

    Revision 1.11  2004/01/14 18:25:41  fredo
    release update 0.40_15

    Revision 1.10  2004/01/12 13:52:41  fredo
    update for 0.40_14

    Revision 1.9  2004/01/08 23:56:20  fredo
    corrected producer tag versioning, updated to release 0.40_13

    Revision 1.8  2003/12/08 13:05:18  Administrator
    corrected to proper licencing statement

    Revision 1.7  2003/12/08 11:47:38  Administrator
    change step 3 for proper module versioning

    Revision 1.6  2003/12/08 11:46:25  Administrator
    change step 2 for proper module versioning

    Revision 1.5  2003/12/08 11:43:10  Administrator
    change step 1 for proper module versioning

    Revision 1.4  2003/11/30 19:00:43  Administrator
    added Code128/EAN128

    Revision 1.3  2003/11/30 17:07:11  Administrator
    merged into default



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